Rockland and Westchester residents voiced their opinions at a pair of public meetings this week as the New NY Bridge team presented detailed information regarding the proposed alternatives for the Shared-Use Path (SUP) parking facilities and connections in the villages of South Nyack and Tarrytown.
The meetings followed the publication of an Environmental Assessment (EA) that examines the potential environmental effects of the proposed alternatives.
More than 180 participants attended the meetings, which included “Open House” segments with displays staffed by project representatives and public hearings where the public could formally comment on the EA.
Comments will be accepted through April 1, 2016, and a finding document is expected to be published this summer.
You can view the EA in its entirety, as well as the information presented at the public hearings at NewNYBridge.com/SUP.
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